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Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 9: Results from Methodological Experiments. Understanding Society Working Paper Series

By M. Benzeval, A. Bianchi, M. Brewer, J. Burton, A. Cernat, M. Creighton, T. Crossley, A. Delavande, P. Fisher, A. Gaia, A. Jackle, A. Jamal, D. Oberski, F. Popham, E. Whitley, J. Winter and B. Zafar


This paper presents some preliminary findings from Wave 9 of the Innovation Panel (IP9) of Understanding Society: The UK Household Longitudinal Study. Understanding Society is a major panel survey in the UK. IP9 included experiments on the use mixed mode data collection, the value of respondent incentives, targeted timing of email invitations, measurement of household finances, subjective expectations about returns to schooling, people’s assessment of what constitutes “successful ageing”, format of response options, use of multiple measurements to improve measurement of attitudes, and measurement of sensitive topics. This paper describes the design of IP9, the experiments carried and the preliminary findings from early analysis of the data

Publisher: Institute for Social and Economic Research
Year: 2017
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Provided by: City Research Online

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